A spiritual Jigyasu is a genuine seeker of the truth; one who has the desire to know the Creator.
This is the main purpose of the human life Journey; desire to meet with Parmatma, examine one’s self and make refinements, and through this journey ultimately unite with the Creator.
Without this purpose, a human is like a branch that is broken from its tree and its roots that give it life. Much like a flower that falls from its stem, one slowly loses his/her radiance and fragrance without the Creator’s grace.
When one is united with The Creator, one is freed from all materialistic bonds. The remembrance and love of Paramatma is as precious as a ruby gem. Unlike materialistic wealth that can be lost or consumed, the wealth of Parmatma’s love is infinite and everlasting. Everything belongs to the Creator and all that happens is at the will of the Creator.
The month of Jeth becomes pleasingly colorful for those who are in the company of a Guru and Sangat. They have achieved divine bliss and are blessed with the Creator’s embrace.
Paramatma has blessed us. We have a Guru who has given us tools of Satsang, Seva and Simran to use on our spiritual journey but we must try to genuinely seek the truth, the Creator. Even if we don’t meet the end goal today, we can be satisfied that we are trying. We can be at peace knowing that if we keep trying our pure and dedicated faith in the Creator will never go without a blessing. The Creator will bless our efforts as and when they are truly deserved.
Even in our general day to day efforts, how many times have we been unsuccessful because we have stopped trying? The key is to always keep trying, keep bettering ourselves and keep loving and seeking Paramatma through Satsang, Seva and Simran.